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A load of extra bits about... you guessed it, British Horror Films. It'd be a pretty lame British Horror Films site without 'em.

Play our game!

Like Curse Of Frankenstein? Like kicking a ball around? Like pointless, addictive, on-line games? How about something that combines all three? Yes! It's the brand new, utterly daft, Baron Frankenstein Keepy-Uppy game! Don't say we didn't warn you...

MP3 download spectacular!

Well, we're not exactly Spotiwire, or whatever it's called. But here's some copyright-free (probably... ah, who gives a shit anyway?) songs from some favourite filums.

Wash Me In His Blood (from The Fiend)

Some quality 70s gospel from one of the nuttiest films ever!

Ratbags (from Barry Mackenzie Holds His Own)

All together now! "You're a Ratbag, a raving Ratbag..." Time to get this one into the charts, methinks.

Golden Eyes Of Evil (from Horror Hospital)

Some heavy metal genius. "Have you been snorting coke, Jason?" Fab.

British horror television

It's not all films, you know... some of the purest slices of British horror can be found coming out of that glowing box in the corner of the room. Yup, we've gone all telly, with a whole area devoted to the "idiot box". Click here to see the TV section...

Top 100 films and television

The top 100 British horror productions on film and TV, as voted for by the users of the British horror films forum. Just pretend Jimmy Carr's reading them out and Channel 4 have spread the countdown over six hours on a Saturday and Sunday night...

BHF Anthology news

Contributors to the BHF message board have worked together to produce a series of horror short story books. You can find out more here.

 

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